You might think this is so easy, why make a recipe? It's because you simply have to try this fabulous combination! Definitely a very more-ish flavour that will be a winner with everyone. You can multiply this for a crowd.
Everyone loves barbecued chicken. These days we tend to do away with the skin, which gives such flavour but costs us dearly in fat and calories, so chicken really needs a flavour boost to make up for the lack of that tasty, fatty skin. If you're feeling wicked, rub the Tasty Meat Sprinkle over the skin and have a double-whammy of great flavour! For a different flavour sensation, use Cajun Spice Mix instead.
This is a simple meal with big impact. Quick to prepare, it looks so good that you'll need your camera handy! To make a more complete meal, cut carrot into small cubes, cook and toss through the couscous. You can also add lovely bright green peas if you like.
This Nasi Goreng is one of the tastiest and more-ish dishes you can make to please the whole family. Serve a little dish of sliced red chilli on the side for the adults. If you're in a hurry, buy the cooked rice from your local take-away.
There is nothing more delicious than a good steak, cooked the way you like it, with a generous knob of butter melting over the top. This spicy butter is a great way to have a pepper steak! It's marvellous for spreading on toast before grilling cheese on top, too.
Harissa is a fiery Moroccan concoction of chillies, garlic, caraway seeds and other spices. When made into a paste, it is served on the side of the plate in much the same way that mustard is served in England. When made into a sauce like in this recipe, it can be poured like a gravy over couscous or meats.
Tiger's Spice was originally developed for Tiger's Leagues Club in Sydney, to be used in their kitchens. The gold-and-black tiger theme was followed as closely as possible, with black sesame seeds and nigella seeds providing the black "stripes" through paprika and other spices. Hints of lime and lemon give a lovely lift to the flavours.
Ground yellow mustard seeds are an ideal emulsifier to add to salad dressings. When used in a recipe like this one, the dressing will not separate for 5 to 10 minutes after shaking. This is an easy to make, tangy salad dressing, with a pleasing, fruity taste.